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Lost chance at becoming a legendary striker due to betrayal and shady maneuvers!

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Post time 9-5-2024 08:45:38 | Show all posts |Read mode
Romelu Lukaku, a once revered striker, betrayed Inter Milan, squandering his career's promise for a mere bit of profit. At an age when he should have been flourishing, the Belgian forward chose to betray his relationship with Inter Milan. He had the chance to win the Serie A title with Inter this season, but opted to betray them for a slight financial gain. While Inter clinched the Serie A title, Lukaku finds himself unwanted, a testament to life's unpredictability.

Lukaku indeed enjoyed a fruitful spell at Inter Milan, forming a formidable partnership with captain Lautaro Martinez. However, his fortunes took a turn when he chose personal gain over loyalty. Lukaku sought to maximize his profits by privately contacting teams like Juventus to inflate his price. Upon discovering Lukaku's betrayal, Inter canceled his buyout deal, causing a chain reaction of complications. Roma stepped in at the last minute to loan Lukaku, otherwise, he might have been without a team this season.


Currently, Roma shows no interest in retaining Lukaku, given his age, high salary, and declining performance. Similarly, Chelsea is eager to offload the disgruntled player, reportedly eyeing Napoli's Osimhen. Chelsea aims to use Lukaku as part of the deal, offering €80-90 million in addition. A player once destined for greatness now reduced to a bargaining chip, it's a stark reminder of life's fickleness.

Lukaku's actions were indeed regrettable. While the football world often prioritizes financial gain, one must consider the broader context. Lukaku, already facing scrutiny at Inter, should have accepted a pay cut instead of betraying the club for personal gain. His actions ultimately ruined his career, serving as a cautionary tale. While money may seem enticing, betraying trust leads to ruin, extinguishing any hope for future success.

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Post time 9-5-2024 11:41:53 | Show all posts
His skills are impressive, but after reading this post, it seems like his character isn't so great anymore....
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Post time 9-5-2024 12:29:53 | Show all posts
With his age and questionable character, it's natural that clubs wouldn't want to have him around anymore.
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Post time 9-5-2024 12:29:56 | Show all posts
Lukaku arrived at Chelsea as Drogba's successor, but his performance with the Blues was far from deserving of the title. Thus began his journey as a wanderer. His time at Everton and Manchester United was decent, showing glimpses of a top striker's capabilities. However, his peak was truly during his Inter Milan days, where he scored frequently and clinched team honors, even securing the Serie A Best Player award for the 2020-21 season. Unfortunately, Inter Milan faced financial constraints and had to sell Lukaku back to Chelsea, which likely hurt his morale. Lukaku's subsequent year with Chelsea didn't pan out well, leading to another loan spell at Inter Milan. However, upon his return, Lukaku's performance was lackluster, possibly due to the lack of emotional attachment after being sold by Inter Milan previously. His decision to deceive Inter Milan in choosing his next club upon the expiry of his loan term can be somewhat understood, considering it was Inter Milan who initially prioritized money over him. Nevertheless, these events have made it difficult for Lukaku to return to his peak. Despite performing reasonably well with Roma this season, as a 31-year-old forward, it's unlikely he'll find a place in a top-tier club in the future. However, establishing himself in a mid-table team shouldn't be a problem.
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Post time 9-5-2024 14:59:32 | Show all posts
So it's said that character and mindset really determine one's life. I personally feel that having a good character and mindset is more important than ability and talent!
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Post time 10-5-2024 09:24:20 | Show all posts
As a black player, the peak period is really short, especially in the forward position. Moreover, players are human and need to make a living. In this era, it's definitely about choosing more income opportunities.
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Post time 15-5-2024 08:22:42 | Show all posts
Ten years ago, I was a huge fan of Lukaku. Because at that time, I was more fond of Drogba from Warcraft, and they looked so alike, with dark skin, strong bodies, and not slow in speed. They could shuttle back and forth in the opponent's penalty area like a tank. Lukaku's life has been full of ups and downs, from Everton to Chelsea, Chelsea to Inter Milan, and now to Roma. Everyone says Lukaku is not up to standard, but I don't think so. Lukaku won the Serie A Golden Boot in his first season in Serie A. How can he be considered not up to standard? It is said that Lukaku turned the club around, but isn't the club also using players for transactions? If Inter Milan wanted to buy Lukaku early, they would have done so long ago. Why wait until today? It's really a double standard. The rumors between Mbappé and Real Madrid and PSG were also widely discussed, and Mbappé played with Real Madrid twice. I see PSG didn't do anything to Mbappé. It's just because Mbappé is currently the best player in the world, and everyone has to give in to him. I still feel sorry for Lukaku. He helped the team when he was youngest and most capable, but the team's performance was not satisfactory. Now that he's nearing the end of his career and wants a big contract, what's wrong with using some tricks? Who can say they've never played some tricks in their professional careers? Moreover, it's in the field of professional football, where such tricks are common. Why must we grab Lukaku's hair and not let go? I really have no goodwill towards Europeans now. They're all selfish. After buying off the media, they torment the players to death. First, they create public opinion pressure, then they pressure the players. I can't stand it!
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